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FEBRUARY 9, 2019
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1 out of every 4 girls and
1 out of every 6 boys will be abused by the time they are 18 years old. Help us raise awareness about this epidemic and help stop abuse before it starts.
HELP SUPPORT THE CAC
The CAC of Collier County makes sure that every dollar raised goes into proven programs that help abused children survive abuse and thrive in their childhood!
Working together to change what happens next
Children and their families received critical services at the CAC. With your help, we can do even more!
Perpetrators were convicted with help from the CAC!
of CAC clients were not old enough to attend kindergarten.
of CAC clients were referred to us due to sexual abuse.
Services are provided without regard for race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability or religion.
For more information or a disability accommodation, please contact our main office.
The Children's Advocacy Center is proud to be supported by, or affiliated with, the following organizations
children & their families served by one of the CAC's programs.
child abuse victims in 2010 for the State of Florida.
children & their families who came
to the CAC because abuse was suspected.
perpetrators prosecuted with the help of the CAC.
* Statistics are for FY2014 and are updated every fiscal year.
HELP THE CAC
Children's Advocacy Center is a 501(c)(3) 1036 Sixth Avenue North Naples, Florida 34102 firstname.lastname@example.org 239.263.8383
We are always looking for special people to volunteer in various roles—from office support to special events, we have many opportunities to help the children of Collier County.
For more information about these volunteer opportunities, contact us at 239.263-8383
Named after an eight year old little girl who used her birthday money to purchase brand new clothes for children of abuse, Olivia’s Closet is in need of constant replenishment. The children who are brought into our care often find themselves in difficult situations in which it may not be safe for them to retrieve their clothing at home or, their clothing must be removed and taken into forensic evidence. It is essential that our agency be able to provide these victims of physical and sexual abuse with brand new, clean clothing in order to create as “normal” and “safe” environment as possible.
Due to the nature of abuse that most of our client’s experience, the CAC of Collier County strives to reduce that trauma that the children/families experience once they arrive at our agency. For these reasons, we ask that all clothing donated follow the criteria listed below:
* All clothing must be new with tags still attached
* Clothing should be appropriate to wear to school or church
* Please, no suggestive clothing with inappropriate language or symbols
Children’s Treasure Chest
There are so many children who look into our toy box to find a new “friend” to hold and hug. Your donation of a new stuffed animal will bring big smiles to the children’s faces and a sense of comfort. Your thoughtfulness can make a difference.
* A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.